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# IB Security Assistant Answer Key 2019 | Unofficial

## IB Security Assistant Answer Key 2019

Hope you all are good. Those who had there IB security Assistant Exam today, can check there answers as given below. Please note that the answer key is not official so the actual answer may vary.

**Paper : IB Security Assistant(SA) 2019**

**Exam Date:**17.02.2019

**Shift:**10.30 to 12.30

**Negative Marking**: 1/4

**Check your answers below:**

**Answer 1:**6, 360

**Answer 2:**α + β = -b/a

**Answer 3:**They represent coincident lines.

**Answer 4:**Both option a & b i.e. 16 and -33/2

**Answer 5:**5050

**Answer 6:**11.2 cm

**Answer 7:**21/2 sq units

**Answer 8:**Sin 60o

**Answer 9:**10 root3 meter

**Answer 10:**3 cm

**Answer 11:**154/3 sq cms

**Answer 12:**2.74 cms

**Answer 13:**2/9

**Answer 14:**-1.5

**Answer 15:**Mean calculated by all the three methods is the same.

**Answer 16:**7

**Answer 17:**x – 3 , 7x – 9

**Answer 18:**90 degree

**Answer 19:**(1,3)

**Answer 20:**Volume of cone = πr2h/3

**Answer 21:**International Day of Yoga is celebrated annually on? 21 June

**Answer 22:**City of lakes in India is? Ans: Udaipur

**Answer 23:**Which of the diseases is not caused by a virus? TB

**Answer 24:**How many states are there in India? 29

**Answer 25:**During Akbar’s regime, who carried out land revenue reforms? Todar Mal

**Answer 26:**Which of the following is the unit of heat? Joule

**Answer 27:**Who among the following is the future Buddha that is yet to come? Maitreya

**Answer 28:**Jaundice is caused due to malfunctioning of? Liver

**Answer 29:**Tsangpo river flowing through Tibet is known in India as? Brahmaputra

**Answer 30:**Yuri Gagarin, the first cosmonaut to reach space, was from which country? Russia

**Answer 31:**What is the boiling point of water in Fahrenheit? 212 F

**Answer 32:**Kalibangan, the Indus Valley site, is in? Rajasthan

**Answer 33:**Who was the founder of Banaras Hindu University? Madan Mohan Malviya

**Answer 34:**Where do you find the temple of Angkor Wat? Cambodia

**Answer 35:**Which of the following can cause a Tsunami? Earthquake

**Answer 36:**The Bhakra Dam in India is built on? Satluj River

**Answer 37:**Who wrote ‘Ramcharitmanas? Tulsidas

**Answer 38:**The river known as the Ganges of the South is? Godavri River

**Answer 39:**Where is the Tungabhadra Sanctuary located? Karnataka

**Answer 40:**Where is Nanda Devi Mountain? Uttarakhand

**Answer 41:**Jaya Samhita is the original name of? Mahabharat

**Answer 42:**Rickets is caused due to deficiency of? Vitamin D

**Answer 43:**Who was the first women speaker of Lok Sabha? Meira Kumar

**Answer 44:**With which sport is term Butterfly associated with? Swimming

**Answer 45:**The resolution for the removal of Vice President of India should be moved in? Rajya Sabha

**Answer 46:**What happens when dilute hydrochloric acid is added to iron fillings? Hydrogen gas and iron chloride are produced

**Answer 47:**A solution turns red litmus paper blue. Its Ph is likely to be? 10

**Answer 48:**An element reacts with oxygen to give a compound with a high melting point. This compound is also soluble in water. The element is likely to be? Calcium

**Answer 49:**While cooking. If the bottom of the vessel is getting blackened on the outside, it means that? The fuel is not burning completely

**Answer 50:**Which of the following statements is not correct about the trend when going from left to right across the periods of the periodic table? Oxides of the element become more acidic

**Answer 51:**Kidneys in human beings are a part of the system for? Excretion

**Answer 52:**The gap between two neurons is called a? Synapse

**Answer 53:**In a plant, the anther contains? Pollen grains

**Answer 54:**In evolutionary terms, we have more in common with? A Chinese school boy

**Answer 55:**Which of the following material cannot be used to make a lens? Clay

**Answer 56:**The human eyes form the image of an object at its? Retina

**Answer 57:**Which of the following terms does not represent electric power in a circuit? IR^2

**Answer 58:**The device used for producing electric current is called? Generator

**Answer 59:**Which of the following is not an example of biomass energy source? Nuclear energy

**Answer 60:**Which of the following constitute a food chain? Grass, Goat, and Human

**Answer 61:**Pleasure and pain are inseparable facets ___________ human existence. of

**Answer 62:**Is there __________ fitness centre near your house? a

**Answer 63:**He has hardly read _________ book. the

**Answer 64:**_________ of pain is real and affects one’s body, mind, and spirit. Experience

**Answer 65:**He drove with ______ care and hence was fined by Traffic Police. little

**Answer 66:**_______ cultural diversity attracts tourists from all over the world. India’s

**Answer 67:**I have been to _____ doctor, whose name figured in the Times of India. the

**Answer 68:**The _______ monkeys that escaped from the Delhi Zoo were found eating bananas in a fruit shop. three

**Answer 69:**We are ________ to go out for a picnic tomorrow. planning

**Answer 70:**The train must ________ reached Delhi by now. have

**Answer 71:**Mischeif: The correct spelling is “mischief”.

**Answer 72:**Grammer: The correct spelling is “grammar”.

**Answer 73:**Vehical: The correct spelling is “vehicle”.

**Answer 74:**Denteist: The correct spelling is “dentist”.

**Answer 75:**Volkano: The correct spelling is “volcano”.

**Answer 76:**A person who believes in God. Theist

**Answer 77:**Story of an individual by himself. Autobiography

**Answer 78:**A book or paper written in hand. Manuscript

**Answer 79:**A number of ships. Fleet

**Answer 80:**A young cow. Calf

**Answer 81:**Dal lake

**Answer 82:**Kaveri

**Answer 83:**temperature

**Answer 84:**Potato

**Answer 85:**Tripura (rest options are capital of states)

**Answer 86:**Pepper : Spice

**Answer 87:**Archive : Documents

**Answer 88:**Cote D Ivoire : Africa

**Answer 89:**coal : thermal power plant

**Answer 90:**dachshund : dog

**Answer 91:**10

**Answer 92:**G

**Answer 93:**Sunday

**Answer 94:**AERT

**Answer 95:**4 years

**Answer 96:**Neither (i) nor (ii) follows

**Answer 97:**Only conclusion (i) follows

**Answer 98:**Only conclusion (i) follows

**Answer 99:**Only conclusion (ii) follows

**Answer 100:**Neither (i) nor (ii) is correct.